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Offline allnewtpir

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OK! Exclusives
« on: November 11, 2008, 07:26:59 PM »
With such games as Jukebox, and Super Vincita, I'm curious as to how many original pricing games were used, as well as their rules. Hopefully CeleTheRef can help me out on this.

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Re: OK! Exclusives
« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2008, 07:38:20 PM »
www.okilprezzoegiusto.tv should have your answers.  Great site.
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Offline CeleTheRef

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Re: OK! Exclusives
« Reply #2 on: November 12, 2008, 05:41:46 PM »
Here are the original pricing games:

Jukebox - I think we've got that covered

Super Vincita -  Player picks 3 numbers from 1 to 90, and can earn 2 more picks for each correct guess at higher-or-lower with three small prizes (max total is 9 picks).   Six randomly drawn numbers are revealed, and if the player guessed one of those numbers wins 500k lire, if guessed two numbers win 1 million and if guessed three numbers wins the big prize (usually a car).

Girasole - Player plays true-or-false four times, then for each success spins the sunflower-shaped wheel once.  Each petal has money on it, and the total is what the player takes home.

Bowling - It's just like Pass the Buck but instead of just picking a number, you have to knock down a bowling pin.

Chi dei Due -   Two actors describe one prize each, and each tells what the price of their prize is.  The player has to guess who said the truth to win both prizes.

Gran Mený -  Two prizes are up for grabs.  The contestant has to guess the price of 4 parts of a meal for two while it's being cooked on stage (three dishes plus wine).  If the player gets the price of at least one of the parts right on the nose, he or she wins one prize.   If the player's total meal price is 5000 lire or less far from the actual meal price, he or she wins both prizes.

Le Stelle in Gioco - Three prizes can be won.   The player plays higher-or-lower three times, then picks one zodiac sign for each success.  After that, three random zodiac signs are revealed and the player wins one prize for each guess that matches.   After a few playings, the prizes at stake became two, and the third sign became a "super" sign that awarded both prizes if the player picked it.


that's pretty much it. :)